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Toni Bethea, 10, of Washington, spoke to reporters about stem cell research yesterday. Bethea, who has Type-I diabetes, supports stem cell research as a way to find a cure for her disease.

Stem cell measure set for Senate OK, veto from Bush

By Rick Klein
Globe Staff / July 18, 2006

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WASHINGTON -- The Senate is poised today to approve a long-stalled bill designed to expand embryonic stem cell research, setting up a presidential veto -- and adding to an already full plate of issues on which Republicans are divided on the eve of crucial midterm congressional elections. (Full article: 912 words)

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